The Hell in a Cell 2023 will be WWE’s last pay-per-view (PPV) planned to take place at the ThunderDome. Thanks, to crowds coming back for non-WrestleMania events, it will most probably be the last PPV of the company. The upcoming 13th edition of Hell in a Cell, also marks the true beginning of the transition to the SummerSlam season, as top brand champions from WWE Monday Night Raw and Friday Night SmackDown defend their titles.
The main event will see WWE champion Bobby Lashley face off against Drew McIntyre, probably for the last time. The stakes are high for McIntyre, if he loses, he cannot challenge the title as long as it is held by Lashley. Meanwhile, from the SmackDown end, Bianca Belair will defend her SmackDown women’s championship inside the steel cage when she locks horns with former champion Bayley.
Additionally, two more matches were added in the event following the last week’s SmackDown. Two rivalries are set to climax at Hell in a Cell, as Seth Rollins takes on Cesaro, while Kevin Owens faces off with his former best friend Sami Zayn.
Ahead of the WWE extravaganza, here are the details:
When will WWE Hell in a Cell 2023 take place?
WWE Hell in a Cell 2023 will take place on Monday, June 21.
Where is WWE Hell in a Cell 2023 taking place?
The PPV will be hosted at the WWE ThunderDome in St. Petersburg, Florida.
What time does the WWE Hell in a Cell 2023 begin?
The matches will begin at 05:30 AM IST (5 PM PT / 8 PM ET / 11 PM GMT local time).
Which TV channel will telecast WWE Hell in a Cell 2023 Live?
The event can be watched live on Sony Ten 1 and Ten 3 in English and Hindi channels.
How do I live stream WWE Hell in a Cell 2023?
Fans can also live-stream the action on Sony’s digital platform SonyLIV. The service is also available on the WWE Network, they have to sign-up on the website for free and claim a month’s free trial before subscribing.